• Applied Apologetics (Optional Session) Media Resource by

    In this session, Dr. Stephen Nichols considers how we can apply the discipline of apologetics to our everyday lives. View Resource

  • How the Early Church Used Apologetics (Optional Session) Media Resource by

    In this session, Dr. W. Robert Godfrey considers what we can learn from the early church’s use of apologetics in defending the faith in a culture not unlike our own. View Resource

  • Always Ready Media Resource by

    1 Peter 3

    Through the practice of Christian apologetics, believers work to fulfill Peter’s mandate that we always be ready to give an answer for the hope that is within us (1 Peter 3:15). In this session, Dr. Stephen Nichols defines apologetics and looks at some of the most pressing issues Christian apologists face today from the social sciences and other areas. View Resource

  • Apologetics & the Local Church (Optional Session) Media Resource by

    John 13

    In this session, Dr. Burk Parsons focuses on the involvement of the local church in apologetics, particularly the love Christians have for one another as the chief apologetic for the Christian faith (John 13:35). View Resource

  • God’s Unchanging Word Media Resource by

    1 Corinthians 1

    The Holy Spirit can use apologetics to break down barriers to the gospel; however, people are finally converted to Christ only through the power of the Word of God. In this session, Dr. Steven Lawson reminds us that the power of God is found in His Word and that He saves people through the preaching of the gospel that is foolishness to the world but the wisdom of God unto salvation (1 Cor. 1:20–25). View Resource

  • Is Truth Dead? Media Resource by

    Our postmodern culture strives to convince us that there is no such thing as objective truth and that no religious truth claim is better than any other. In this session, Ravi Zacharias examines the issues of truth in our society, demonstrating the necessity and existence of objective truth as foundational to the Christian message and all of life. View Resource

  • Origin, Meaning, Morality, Destiny Media Resource by

    Genesis 1

    Our origin as creatures made in God’s image is the only thing that can give our lives meaning and serve as a basis for ethical living (Gen. 1:26–28). In this session, Ravi Zacharias looks at the importance of understanding our origin as image bearers of our divine Creator so that we can understand the meaning of life, what morality entails, and our final destiny. View Resource

  • The Power of God Media Resource by

    Romans 1

    The gospel is the power of God for salvation, and we should seek to present it in our apologetic encounters (Rom. 1:16–17). In this session, Dr. Derek Thomas provides an outline of the basic gospel message and reminds attendees that our goal in apologetics is not to display our own intellectual acumen but to proclaim the gospel clearly and boldly. View Resource

  • Preaching & Apologetics (Optional Session) Media Resource by

    In this session, Dr. Steven Lawson emphasizes the necessity of preaching and defending the truth when addressing both believers and unbelievers. View Resource

  • Questions & Answers with Godfrey, Lawson, Nichols, and Thomas Media Resource by , , ,

    A questions and answers session with Drs. W. Robert Godfrey, Steven Lawson, Stephen Nichols, and Derek Thomas. Questions: How can we defend the faith confidently when we have uncertainty? How can we fight doubt? (00:26) What does it mean biblically to be “called”? (07:00) How should understanding the history of the world, both biblical and secular, shape our reaction to modern events and future events? (10:25) How does personality come into play with apologetics? How can introverts be good witnesses for Christ? (13:02) What are the different approaches to apologetics, and which one do you prefer? (16:04) How should … View Resource

  • Questions & Answers with Godfrey, Nichols, and Zacharias Media Resource by , ,

    A questions and answers session with W. Robert Godfrey, Stephen Nichols, and Ravi Zacharias. Questions: How do we keep hope and joy during this day of increased hostility to Christ and to truth? With so much of the culture being anti-Christian, how do we engage others with respect without triggering animosity? (00:52) Where’s the fine line in witnessing at the workplace? Working in a secular environment that’s tainted by sin, when do we call out sin? When do we speak up? (09:30) How do we bring God into the picture for those who appear to be fully content without … View Resource

  • The Unknown God Media Resource by

    Acts 17

    In today’s world, Christians must answer the claims of atheists, agnostics, and those who claim that there are many ways to God. In this session, Dr. W. Robert Godfrey looks to Paul’s encounter on Mars Hill from Acts 17 as a model for how we are to answer objections to the Christian faith. View Resource

  • The Word Became Flesh Media Resource by

    John 1

    That God Himself came to earth in the flesh has implications for how we do apologetics. In this session, Dr. W. Robert Godfrey considers several of these implications and also considers how we can defend the incarnation of the Son of God against attacks from those who are outside the Christian faith. View Resource

  • The Faith Once for All Delivered Media Resource by

    The Apostle Jude describes the necessity of contending for the faith once for all delivered to the saints (Jude 3). In this session, Dr. Burk Parsons examines the New Testament’s call to contend for the faith and explains why threats inside and outside the church make it necessary for us to know and contend for the Christian faith. View Resource

  • Tactics for Discussing Christian Convictions (Youth Seminar) Media Resource by

    Gregory Koukl focuses on how Christians can defend the faith in everyday conversations. View Resource